Chloé Zhao (Beijing, 1982) has been chosen to bring superheroes (all of them) beyond not of the stars but from their captive audience.
Eternals, which premieres this Friday, adapts the story devised by Jack Kirby in 1976 and does so with the declared intention to open a third of independent cinema and the great Blockbuster.
After hoarding all the Oscar and Awards with Nomadland, the Director of Chinese origin now proposes an overproduction that is also a moral fable, manifesto on diversity (not in Balde, is the first Marvel film with an openly gay character) and pagan prayer.
Tone in two and a half hours.
Updated Date: 07 November 2021, 21:06